+91-11-45679615

Post Your Requirement
Tour Travel World

Manali Trekking, Manali

Manali Trekking Overview

Manali is a verdant hill station nestled amid the lofty mountains of Himachal Pradesh. It lies in close proximity to the Kullu Valley. Manali got its name after Manu, the Hindu lawgiver. The place is blessed with picturesque landscape and a dint of hippie culture. The hill station gives the visitors the most enthralling view of the majestic mountains and beautiful sunset. Manali can be supposed to be a tiara, if Himachal is the queen. The uphill drive via the intriguing serpentine roads is an unforgettable experience.

The resplendent valleys fragranced with the smell of vegetation, and the pristine waters gushing across the hills; all contribute in a mystical manner in draping the heavenly realm of Manali. Come and relish in India’s most sought after hill station!

In addition to the beautiful milieu, trekking has also gained fame in recent years giving it the appellation ‘Chamonix of India’. Some of the renowned treks in Manali are detailed below.

Friendship peak-   (A haven for adventurists)


This is one such place where amateurs can try a hand at trekking. The trekking journey to friendship peak is an easy one. For beginners, it is recommended that they travel in a group, such that the group has at least one trained trekker. The trekking is exciting and exhilarating, and usually can be covered in 3 hours with regular halts.

The Himalayan caravan adventure offers visitors an interesting experience in trekking, canyoning and rock climbing. It also provides white water rafting, snowboarding and paragliding. The Deo Tibba Base Camp is a famous trekking trail that gives an epic view of Deo. Hampta Pass Trek is a trekking trail in Manali that passes through the green forests, and is best suited for trekking experts.

Top Things To Do In Manali View All
Tell Your Story

Add Your Travel Story

your email address will not be published. Required field are marked *
Comments will go through a verification process for security reasons.